Monthly Archives: April 2014

Lean In Slowly

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Bonhoeffer In America

Originally posted on The Dish:
Reviewing Charles Marsh’s Strange Glory: A Life of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, John G. Stackhouse, Jr. details the anti-Nazi theologian and pastor’s first visit to America and its “dramatic effects on his outlook and career”: This is…

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Despite Dank Reviews, The Other Women Rules Box Office

Originally posted on TIME:
There’s a new reigning box office champion in town. Revenge comedy The Other Women knocked down Captain America: The Winter Soldier after the Marvel action flick’s three weeks at the top, as the appeal of co-stars…

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Putin vs The Internet

Originally posted on The Dish:
Michael Kelley explains why Russia is looking to assert more control over the Internet, which Putin said on Thursday was “a CIA project” and “is still developing as such”: Today, Russia is leading the charge for breaking up the…

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Wings

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The Politics Of Porn

Originally posted on The Dish:
Christopher Ingraham compares red and blue states’ porn-watching habits: Blue states watch more porn. But what’s the matter with Kansas? According to Pornhub Insights, Kansas leads the nation in porn pageviews per capita at roughly 194. They don’t…

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Where The Males Have (Little) Vaginas And The Females Have (Big) Penises

Originally posted on The Dish:
I’m not sure what Thomas Aquinas – peace be upon him – would make of this latest revelation about “natural law”: Researchers reporting in the Cell Press journal Current Biology on April 17 have discovered…

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